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    Welcome back to space

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 28/07/2020

    » With a phone in hand and a pre-recorded voice in our ears, we step down a half-turn staircase at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) towards the basement.

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    Keeping theatre alive

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 27/05/2020

    » How do you prove to the government you're a theatre artist? When large gatherings are banned and theatres are closed and your work deemed non-essential, how does that affect your income ? Or does it? Are you eligible for the government relief fund Rao Mai Ting Kan then? Is theatre-making a job in Thailand to begin with?

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    Scaling new heights

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 26/03/2020

    » Although Bangkok is not a musical theatre town the way New York City and London are, the appetite for musicals here is not small.

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    Where does a performance begin?

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 03/03/2020

    » Where does a performance begin? This is the question I kept asking myself during TPAM Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama this year.

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    A decade in the limelight

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 30/12/2019

    » In choosing the 10 best theatre productions of the decade, I started by listing some of my favourite productions, based almost purely on enjoyment. That would not do, of course. The more important questions are those of cultural and artistic impact. So of the shows that made it on this list, some are Thai-theatre-scene firsts, some are rarities, some are triumphs of age-old and underappreciated crafts. But all of them are ambitious, original and uncompromising. They have become indelible to me and, I hope, to many others. And they excited me then as much as they excite me now, looking back months and years later.

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    Like dolls in boxes

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 16/12/2019

    » Before we were ushered into the theatre one floor above the waiting area at Hostbkk theatre and dance studio, the actors, clad in period costumes, stared down at us from behind glass windows, still and silent like dolls in boxes.

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    Of madness and joy

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 25/11/2019

    » We review two original works -- a Thai-language political satire and an English-language musical -- with LGBTQ central characters.

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    A political message of hope

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 06/09/2019

    » Back with the second of three productions to celebrate its 33rd anniversary, DreamboxTheatre Bkk steps into the future with a new playwright and fifth sung-through musical, Namngoen Tae: The Musical.

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    A double bill of different

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 05/07/2019

    » Cleaning has never looked so fun, violent and spooky. Young theatre artists Kawin Bhichitkul of Dee-ng Theatre and Surat Kaewseekram of B-floor Theatre spin visually exciting tales with disposed objects in a double-bill performance, What's Left: Resonance From The Discarded, at WTF Bar & Gallery.

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    Angel on a mission

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 27/06/2019

    » The theatre scene is marking a few anniversaries this year. First, B-floor Theatre celebrated its 20th birthday with an outdoor musical version of A Midsummer Night's Dream. This month, an even older company, Dreambox, originally named Dass Entertainment, kicked off its 33rd-anniversary celebration with a revival of an old musical from its early days. The company will bring back another musical in November, Mae Nak: The Musical, which came from what they consider to be the company's second period in their development. And in a few months, Dreambox will stage Namngoen Thae, a new musical adapted from a historical novel of the same name by one of Thailand's most popular novelists, Lin Lyovarin.

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